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Description: Elevated view of the ruins of the railroad roundhouse, with the city in the background. Men are posing on the train cars and engines.
Description: Advertising proof created by Foote, Cone & Belding for the International Harvester Company. Features a color illustration of a man sitting in an Internati...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A man works on a Titan 10-20 tractor outside International Harvester's Milwaukee Works (factory).
Description: On the left, Bill Smith, administrative assistant for Obreros Unidos (United Workers), the Wisconsin migrant farm workers' union. On the right, Mark Erenbe...
Description: Governor Gaylord Nelson signing the bill which created Menominee County as the state's 72nd county. The new county consisted of those portions of Shawano...
Description: Portrait of Joseph "Roundy" Coughlin, sportswriter for Wisconsin State Journal, with five girls who put on a neighborhood style show to raise money...
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Ansel Adams behind the wheel of his International Travelall.
Description: Roundy Coughlin, columnist and reporter, and Edith Goodman, his secretary, at her desk.
Description: Uniroyal workers cross a suspension bridge over water at the end of a work shift. In the background are factory buildings and a smokestack.
Description: Homer Bigart, (1907-1991) award-winning journalist with the "New York Herald-Tribune" and the "New York Times" with two unidentified individuals.
Description: Lola Bradford of 933 Waban Hill stands at a desk in an office. She is secretary and administrative assistant for Edwin B. Fred, UW President.
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: Winter scene with train crew shoveling snow off tracks of Madison-Portage Railroad. Stereo. "The Grand and Majestic Snowbanks on the Madison and Portage R...
Description: Men use an International T-20 TracTracTor (crawler tractor), PD-80, and P-300 owned by Sam Seppala of Grand Marais, to log white pine. The original caption...
Description: Photographers Edgar Mueller and Ernie Anheuser display some of Ernie's photos.
Description: Two men at a parts counter in an International Harvester dealership. There is a water cooler, advertising poster, hammer mill and parts bins in the store....
Description: Finnish language catalog, featuring an illustration of an enlarged three leafed clover which is surrounded by clover flowers, wheat and a dragonfly. Small...
Description: "The Neda mine has four miles of corridors over about 22 arches."
Description: Advertisement for Cleveland tractors featuring a color illustration of a farmer using a Cleveland tractor in what appears to be an orchard. The slogan read...
Description: Bloch rented an office and a secretary so that he could dictate and complete eight stories. It was short-lived. Gauer's caption: Dictator, Water Cooler, Se...
Description: Photograph of the death notice of Daniel G. Fenton, a Judge of the County Court, published by the Members of the Bar of Crawford County.
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